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British Palaeozoic Fossils

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Unearth the past with this comprehensive identification guide to over 400 Palaeozoic fossil species found in Britain.

ISBN: 9780565093037

Author: Natural History Museum

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British Palaeozoic Fossils

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In British Palaeozoic Fossils 443 species from this time, and the following 300 million years, are described, classified and illustrated with accurate line drawings. From Silurian trilobites and Devonian fishes to Carboniferous brachiopods.

Explore the animal and plant species most commonly found in Britain. This definitive reference has been fully revised and updated.

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